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Aging and Technological Advances

  • Pauline K. Robinson
  • Judy Livingston
  • James E. Birren
  • Victor A. Regnier
  • Arnold M. Small
  • Harvey L. Sterns

Part of the NATO Conference Series book series (NATOCS, volume 24)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Aging and Technological Advances: Introduction

    1. Pauline K. Robinson, James E. Birren
      Pages 1-3
  3. Aging in a Technological Society: Desiderata and Dilemmas in Decision-Making

  4. The Next 25 Years: Impact Expectations from Technology on Aging

  5. Attitudes and Perceptions of Older People toward Technology

  6. Labor Force Participation

  7. Health and Stress

  8. Human Factors

    1. Harvey L. Sterns, Margaret B. Patchett
      Pages 261-277
    2. Robert A. Vecchiotti, Arnold M. Small
      Pages 295-300
    3. Research Reports

      1. Alan A. Hartley, Joellen T. Hartley, Shirley A. Johnson
        Pages 347-348
      2. Chandra M. N. Mehrotra
        Pages 353-355
      3. James E. Thornton
        Pages 357-358
      4. Karl Syndulko, Valerie Crooks, Robert Wang, Wallace W. Tourtellotte
        Pages 359-361
      5. David B. D. Smith, Arnold M. Small
        Pages 363-368
  9. Home and Community

    1. M. Powell Lawton
      Pages 369-383
    2. Paul A. L. Haber
      Pages 399-409
    3. Margaret Gatz, John Eiler, Cynthia Pearson, Michael Gilewski, Max Fuentes, Mary Zemansky et al.
      Pages 411-424
    4. Cheri K. Krauser, George T. Baker III, Robert G. Lynch, Frank J. Carmone Jr.
      Pages 437-446
    5. Research Reports

About this book

Introduction

The chapters and reports in this publication have been selected from presentations at a Symposium on "Aging and Technological Advances" held in August, 1983 at the Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center of the University of Southern California. The Symposium was made possible by a grant from the NATO Special Programme Panel on Human Factors, and the support of this program is gratefully acknowledged. Members of the Symposium Advisory Board were James E. Birren, Judy Livingston, Erhard Olbrich, Victor Regnier, Pauline Robinson, Thomas Singleton, Arnold Small, Harvey Sterns, and Alvar Svanborg. Professor Lambros Houssiadas also provided invaluable encouragement. Appreciation is also extended to the Andrew Norman Institute for Advanced Study in Gerontology and Geriatrics for support of planning activities leading up to the Symposium and for support of events surrounding the Symposium itself. A generous gift from The UPS Foundation to the Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center made possible the compilation, editing and preparation of this manuscript and helped to support Symposium ac ti vi ties. We thank David Bergstone and Mary Margaret Ragan who together carefully and skillfully organized and carried out the typing of the manuscript.

Keywords

UPS aging decision-making demography development ecology environment iron perception quality sex society structure system telecommunications

Editors and affiliations

  • Pauline K. Robinson
    • 1
  • Judy Livingston
    • 1
  • James E. Birren
    • 1
  • Victor A. Regnier
  • Arnold M. Small
  • Harvey L. Sterns
  1. 1.Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology CenterUniversity of Southern CaliforniaLos AngelesUSA

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